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RadioTC International

Your Online Therapeutic Community Radio Station.

 

 This is now a legacy enterprise. RadioTC International flourished between 2005-2009. If you find a broken link, please let us know.

 For a list of All RadioTC International podcasts, CLICK HERE.

 

 

TALK AND LISTEN

RadioTC International Norsk

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PROGRAMME ONE

or:

"How many languages can we fit into five minutes and thirty seconds?"

 

  • Anthony Slater (English; Introduction)
  • Hallvard, staff member at Phoenix Haga (Norwegian: Says “he is a guy with a background in therapeutic communities, since 1990. He has worked at Phoenix Haga previously but left in 2000 to do other things. He has returned to continue working with Phoenix, this year. And he will be back with RadioTC soon.")
  • Sven (American English)
  • Nikolas (Norwegian: has been in the programme for approximately 6 weeks, says he is in the early stages of the community, but is looking forward to keeping on and moving forward. Also says he is part Australian, but is Norwegian. He also says that he is 21 years old)
  • Emir (English, Russian, German & Italian: “have a great day”)
  • Marius (Mixed Norwegian dialect, part west coast, part east, south and a bit in the middle: He says he has been at Phoenix for 7 months, and also says that he arrived at Phoenix due to becoming too friendly with drugs, and ending up just feeling hurt and pain in his life, and that he can’t live like that anymore.)

 

5 mins. 31 secs.

 

 

Recorded:

23 November 2007


First Broadcast:

8 December 2007

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PROGRAMME TWO/Norsk version

Emir's journey (på Norsk)

Sven introduces Emir,

who talks about his life journey from war-torn Yugoslavia, to Italy, to France, to Germany, to Norway, to drugs, and finally to Phoenix Haga.


3 mins. 50 secs.

 

 

Recorded:

23 November 2007


First Broadcast:

8 December 2007

 

  Emir's Journey, in English  
 

PROGRAMME TWO/English version

Emir's journey

Anthony Slater talks with Emir,

who talks about his life journey from war-torn Yugoslavia, where he was shot at the age of 11, to Italy, to France, to Germany, to Norway, to drugs, and finally to Phoenix Haga ("I feel safe here"). As you will hear at the end, Anthony is, not surprisingly, affected by the story


11 mins.

 

 


First Broadcast:

28 January 2008

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Hallvard's Wandering Microphone (in English)

 
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PROGRAMME THREE/Part One

THE WANDERING MICROPHONE: HALLVARD EXPLORES PHOENIX HAGA (in English)

A spontaneous event, giving a brief window into the early evening of different people’s experiences, on that particular day, at Phoenix Haga.

Hallvard talks with Bjørnstein, who has been in the programme for circa 5 months, and is working on plans for a trip out of the house.
Hallvard talks with Stian, who is working with washing, washing, and resistance to change
Hallvard talks with Marius, who talks about his day at voluntary work, and mentions some of the areas that he finds difficult when meeting new people, outside of the community, women, others - and “what do you say, after you say hello”?

 

6 minutes 34 seconds

 

 


First Broadcast:

22 December 2007

 

 

 

continued

...a particular day in the life of some community members at Phoenix Haga in Norway...

 
 

PROGRAMME THREE/Part Two

THE WANDERING MICROPHONE: HALLVARD EXPLORES PHOENIX HAGA (in English)

A spontaneous event, giving a brief window into the early evening of different people’s experiences, on that particular day, at Phoenix Haga.

Hallvard talks with Henrik, who has been in the programme for 10 months. He is now doing voluntary work and school at Phoenix Haga in the evenings, and is discovering that he is not as dumb as people told him he was prior to this experience.
Hallvard talks with Niklas, Niklas who also shares some real things about himself, and what is troubling him at the moment - the past, his family and things he did 'back then'

 

9 minutes 52 seconds

 

 

First Broadcast:

22 December 2007

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Professor Håkan Jenner with white board

 
 

PROGRAMME FOUR

Professor Håkan Jenner (Special and treatment pedagogics), School of Education, Växjö University, Sweden
and Dr. Ylva Benderix, School of Education, Växjö University.

 

Dr. Benderix is one of the driving forces behind a teaching programme for the development of a new Masters Programme in the Treatment and Care of Substance Abuse, 120 ECTS Credits, which is planned to begin in September 2008, in cooperation with Høgskolen in Hedmark county in Norway, and Kolding Pedagog Seminarium in Denmark. Interested persons can e-mail her for syllabus and additional information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

7 mins. 8 secs.

 

 

 

First Broadcast:

3 February 2008

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PROGRAMME FIVE/Part One

FROM WARM SOUTH TO COLD NORTH: Discovering Phoenix Haga, Norway


Anthony Slater interviews Pedro Moreira

 

"Today Pedro, a newly qualified clinical psychologist from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, has arrived at Phoenix House Haga, for 26 weeks internship as part of the Leonardo De Vinci Mobility project..."

 

5 mins. 44 secs.

 

 

Recorded:

27 January 2008


First Broadcast:

28 January 2008

 

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